Looking down at Crozier Canyon, a heavy eastbound stack train from the ports of Los Angeles battles the nearly 1.5% grade up Yampai Hill. Nestled between Truxton and Valentine, Ariz., Crozier Cany... (more)
Having just traversed Crozier Canyon, BNSF 3824 continues it westward journey.
BNSF 6125 West leads the Kansas City to Richmond California auto train through Crozier Arizona on a beautiful snowing/foggy morning. This was my 1st time ever railfanning in snow and I loved it!
BNSF 7167 leads an westbound train down grade out of Crozier Canyon.
Some 8,000 feet of domestic containers snaking through Crozier Canyon, along BNSF's Seligman Subdivision, as the sound of GE locomotives battling the 1.42% grade echos throughout the canyon on co... (more)
We'll get there eventually...A ten hour late Amtrak Southwest Chief makes a daylight appearance in Crozier Canyon as it snakes along the canyon walls with the help of two BNSF locomotives. ... (more)
Three of BNSF' finest locomotives roar with life as they tackle to steep 1.4 percent grade through Crozier Canyon during a late spring morning. Originally named Truxton Canyon, the canyon was rena... (more)
A trio of BNSF GE's lug intermodal stack east out of Valentine and into the mouth of Crozier Canyon.
ATSF 540 leads a west bound manifest thru Crozier, AZ along Historic Route 66 in May of 1994.
BNSF 6523 & 6572 lead a westbound stack train.
Two GE's shove hard on the rear of the S LBLMEM1 04K as they pass through the heart of Crozier Canyon.
BNSF 4513 & CREX 1305 lead an eastbound intermodal train.
BNSF 6823, 5032, & 6873 lead a westbound intermodal train out of Crozier canyon.
Photo #1,000 Nestled between the Cottonwood Mountains to the west, and the Music Mountains to the north east is Crozier Canyon. Originally named Truxton Canyon, Croizer Canyon is one of the... (more)
It's just before sunrise as BNSF 4645 & 5459 lead an eastbound ethanol train.